Allison Cosby

Class of 2014


  • Feminist and... showcases multifaceted movement

    “Feminism is not just about women and not just about identity politics. It’s a way of thinking, and it affects everything.”

    Pillbox | September 10, 2012
  • Students perform at FringeNYC

    Imagine yourself fresh off the bus from Pittsburgh to New York. You have a bag of clothes and a bag of puppets, props, and makeup. It’s one week before you perform in the New York International Fringe Festival, the largest multi-arts festival in North America that features around 200 shows in a two-week period.

    Pillbox | August 27, 2012
  • VIA opens East Liberty venue

    “It was now or never.”

    Lauren Goshinski, co-founder and creator of the Pittsburgh-based electronic music collective VIA, explained that the decision to open a new venue — 6119, named for its location at 6119 Penn Ave. — came down to “a gut instinct.”

    Pillbox | August 27, 2012
  • Where to eat: Pittsburgh’s best bites

    With so many food options on campus and in Pittsburgh, it’s hard to know where to go and what to try. That’s why we, The Tartan staff, have decided to give you our recommendations. Based on a survey taken by 50 Tartan staffers, here are a few of our opinions on the best of Pittsburgh, both on and off campus. Happy eating!



    Pillbox | August 19, 2012
  • Exploring Pittsburgh: a beginner’s guide

    Pittsburgh may seem like a strange, fearsome place where the locals order french fries on their salads and where black and yellow “Stillers” paraphernalia cover every inch of store windows. But despite its regional quirks and sometimes unintelligible dialect, Pittsburgh is actually a manageable city, easily broken down into smaller neighborhoods, each with its own diverse set of attractions. From ...

    Pillbox | August 19, 2012

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